Cleveland Neo-Soul Musician Tyrone G Does Some Live Recording at the BOP STOP

Sun 4/22 @ 7PM

Neo-soul musician Tyrone G has been making music for a long time. He took up guitar at age 8 and was playing in a variety of bands before he was in his teens. He was youth choir director at 12, and he attended the Cleveland School of the Arts, while spending summers at Usher Raymond’s camp in Atlanta.

Since then, he’s been busy writing music and producing records, for himself and other northeast Ohio artists. He released his self-titled debut album last year. He’s currently working on the follow-up, to be titled R&Bass. He’ll be doing a live recording at the BOP STOP, and you’re invited to be a part of it. He’s promising to pull out all the stops for this show, including some special guest appearances.

Admission is $15.




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